The Nook, Holmfirth - pub details
Previously called: Rose and Crown
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12051) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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|If you are visiting the Picturedrome then check out this pub. Great range of ales all well kept. I take the point of a previous reviewers concern for dogs roaming around. It doesn't bother me personally but I can see how some people may be offended|
tommo1957 - 14 Nov 2013 14:14
|Tucked away - you need to ask or you will never find it! Cosy little nook, warm and friendly good range of real ales including those brewed by themselves. Friendly and helpful staff.|
THATOLDMAN - 23 Apr 2012 12:08
|It's many a year since I came here but drawn by Jack Bruce round the corner in the Picturedrome, I had to pay a visit. I enjoyed the Nook Beer and the sausage and mash was pretty good. I didn't like the fact that there were dogs wandering about, some up on the furniture, their untrained owners quite oblivious to other people's feelings about it.|
My main gripe was the youngish chap behind the bar who felt the need to comment to the locals about the fact that I asked if they were quality sausages (as opposed to the majority of crap you get in pubs) and then had to sound off when I asked for English mustard! If he knows the difference between Tetleys and the beers they keep at the Nook, why does he have a problem with food? Perhaps this guy would be better off serving in MacDonalds. Points deducted for having such an oik on the staff!
JBGatelad - 18 Mar 2011 18:04
|In theory a place to visit for folks who like beer. However, if they also like a reasonable ambience, cleanliness and other such silly things, not the best experience. My new girlfriend took me because, although she knew the place, she also knew I liked ale. We've not been back since which is a real shame. The beer was great but the place really needs a thorough makeover. Doesn't mean they have to lose the positives but does an honest real beer pub always have to equate with a dump? I don't think so.|
Mirrortown - 29 Oct 2009 10:39
|The otheer reviews are fairly accurate - I've only visited once and can confirm, the real ale is in pretty good if not great nick by and large. Big, run down rooms but that's part of its proper drinking pub charm. A weird musty smell - half kitchen, half damp. There's a pool table, dart board, a garden of sorts, well, a yard really, where they were running a beer festival when I visited. There's a well stocked juke box. Food is served and is basic but decent quality and value for money.|
anfieldjet - 16 Sep 2009 11:00
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